Electronics & Communication – Page 21

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    Transas to Supply for Indonesian Fishing School and Training Center

    2006-01-30T10:31:00Z

    PT MultiIntegra, a Transas Group distributor, has been chosen to supply the company’s Fishing & Navigational Simulator for Pariaman Fishing School & Medan Training Center in Sumatra.

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    Simrad appoints Echomaster Marine as UK sales & service company

    2006-01-05T11:08:00Z

    Simrad has announced the appointment of Echomaster Marine as the UK sales & service company for its range of advanced hydroacoustic systems.

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    WESMAR bids for sonar market

    2005-12-09T14:41:00Z

    Western Marine Electronics (WESMAR ) claim the new sonars they launched at the Pacific Marine Expo in Seattle last November "offer features never before available".

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    Put on your 3D glasses!

    2005-12-09T14:41:00Z

    France''s MaxSea has now launched its 12.5 version to update 10.3 and says it offers skippers more effective use of features such as 3D, Automatic Radar Plotting Aid (ARPA) Automatic Identification Systems (AIS) radar overlays and weather modules.

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    C-MAP launches 'Max' pc planner

    2005-10-27T10:29:00Z

    C-MAP says its new MAX PC Planner version, will provide all the same features as its PC PlannerNT plus substantial improvements to the detail, information and colour representations of the cartography.

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    Digital Yacht's smartertrack AIS solution

    2005-10-27T10:29:00Z

    SmarterTrack has launched a new system combining a dual channel VHF Automatic Identification Service (AIS) decoder in a box about the size of a pack of cigarettes. It say its sophisticated PC software gives the position, identity and heading information of nearby vessels equipped with AIS to be overlaid onto ...

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    Simrad develops new multibeam eco sounder for fishery research

    2005-10-27T10:29:00Z

    Simrad and IFREMER (French Marine Institute) have developed a new multibeam echo sounder for fishery research purposes. The ME70 "is a giant step forward in fish stock assessment technology and is set to become a key factor in the sustainable management of fish resources," according to a statement from Simrad. ...

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    All for one and one for all - software

    2005-10-10T16:36:00Z

    Icelandic company Nyherji used the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition to put its "mySAP All-in-One Fish" software on display, offering what it calls a state-of-the-art human resources and business solution for fishing companies.

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    French models show style at sea

    2005-10-10T14:15:00Z

    French twine, netting and fishing gear manufacturer Le Drezen told World Fishing how it has taken digital simulation software to successful level in its research and application strategies.

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    Marport spreads its wireless doors

    2005-10-07T15:25:00Z

    Iceland-based Marport is adding more features to its trawl monitoring system and increasing access to sensor information via broadband wireless.

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    SAP Fisherman Payroll

    2005-10-01T13:07:00Z

    Payroll for the fishing industry

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    All for one and one for all - software

    2005-09-20T12:59:00Z

    Icelandic company Nyherji used the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition to put its "mySAP All-in-One Fish" software on display, offering what it calls a state-of-the-art human resources and business solution for fishing companies.

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    New sensors from Scanmar

    2005-09-01T10:27:00Z

    Scanmar says it will launch a whole new generation of sensors with improved technology and new options for users in autumn.

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    Armchair fishing

    2005-09-01T10:27:00Z

    The Transas Group, which offers simulation software for skipper training, has now added new features to its fishing simulator as part of its Fishing Bridge package and says it also has all the functions of Mission Bridge. That includes the imitation of situations in fishing areas, monitoring user-trainee activities, ...

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    New pinger for humans

    2005-09-01T10:27:00Z

    Fort Lauderdale-based (FL) ACR Electronics says it has now put on sale one of the smallest, fully-functional radio beacons in the world and hopes it will help expand the market beyond its traditional marine customers.

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    Wesmar US expand sonar Eurosales

    2005-09-01T10:27:00Z

    US company Wesmar says it has installed its TCS335 and TCS345 trawl sonars on vessels in Scotland and France.

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    New VHF radio from SAILOR

    2005-09-01T10:27:00Z

    Despite all the gadgets and new services which the electronics industry throws at us there are certain basic things which you need and it is these which can save your life.

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    Tracking burglars thieves, pirates and hazards

    2005-09-01T10:27:00Z

    Online Telematics, in partnership with S M Group (Europe) Ltd, are offering a GPS-based intruder warning device linked to a mobile phone to provide alerts by automatic text message and also track a boat if it has been moved from pre-set coordinates.

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    Japan calling

    2005-08-08T12:26:00Z

    Japan Radio Co. (JRC) says it will be showing a new LCD Navtex, a compact Fleet F33 and three new Inmarsat C systems, at the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition.

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    Angle Sensor keeps the doors open

    2005-08-08T12:26:00Z

    SCANMAR says that, following comprehensive trials of its Angle Sensor on doors, they are now moving to commercial production. It says it is the first sensor to feature brand new functionality since the mid-90s.